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Key Buildings in London, England, UK

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Key London buildings (no photos – alphabetical, listed by building)


Talacre Community Sports Centre, Camden, north London
Design: David Morley Architects

Talkback Productions, 20-21 Newman St, London W1
Design: Buschow Henley Architects

Tarling Estate regeneration
Design: S333 with Stock Woolstencroft

Tate Britain

Tate Modern, central London
Design: Herzog & de Meuron Architects
former Bankside Power Station
1947-63; closed 1981
Design: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

Tate Modern extension, central London
Design: Herzog & de Meuron Architects

Housing adj. Tate Modern by CZWG Architects
London housing

Telecom Tower – BT Tower, Holland St, central London
Design: Chief Architects: Eric Bedford & G. R. Yeats

Thames Barrier, Unity Way, east London
GLC Department of Architecture

Thames Water Pumping Station, Stewart St, Isle of Dogs, east London
John Outram

Thames Water Ring tower – Surge Pipe Barometer, Shepherd’s Bush, west London
Damien O’Sullivan / Tania Doufa with Alan Brooks Associates
Student competition winner

Thames Wharf Studios + River Café + Thames Reach Housing, Rainville Rd, Hammersmith, west London
Design: Richard Rogers Partnership with Lifschutz Davidson Design

The Ark, Hammersmith, west London
Design: Ralph Erskine, Architect
London Ark building

The Circle by CZWG Architects : listed at ‘C’

The Mound Stand – Lord’s Cricket Ground, St. John’s Wood, London
Michael Hopkins Architects

The Times Newspaper headquarters building, London Docklands

Rick Mather Architects

Timothy Taylor Gallery, Mayfair, West End
Eric Parry Architects
London Art Gallery

Titan House – hotel/apartments, Bermondsey St, southeast London

Glen Howells

Tite Street house, Chelsea

Tony Fretton Architects
Private house

60 Threadneedle Street, City of London

Eric Parry Architects
for Hammerson

Tobacco Dock, Pennington St, east London
Terry Farrell & Company

Tom Dixon house, Ladbroke Grove, west London

London Water Tower house

Tote House redevelopment, Richmond Road, Putney, south-west London
David Miller Architects

Tottenham Court Road – mixed use development, central – north London
Hamiltons Architects

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club Stadium proposals
KSS Group
Tottenham Football Club Stadium

Tottenham Hale Station, Ferry Lane, Totttenham, northeast London
Alsop Lyall & Störmer

Tower Bridge, central London
Horace Jones
Tower Bridge London
New Park at Tower Bridge, Southwark by Gross.Max landscape architects, with
pavilions by DSDHA
Adj. London’s City Hall + proposed Potters Field Towers by Ian Ritchie

Tower Bridge – Visitors’ Facilities, City of London
Michael Squire Associates

Tower Bridge – new Park, Southwark

Gross.Max landscape architects, with pavilions by DSDHA
adj. London’s City Hall + proposed Potters Field Towers by Ian Ritchie

Tower 42 – former Nat West Tower, 25 Old Broad Street, City of London, EC2
Architect: Richard Seifert – R. Seifert & Partners
current refurbishment
Fletcher Priest Architects
Tallest building in London until 1 Canada Square in 1990

Tower of London, central / east London
1070-90 (1078)
Tower of London

Tower Hamlets Arts Centre, east London
Penoyre Prasad Architects
for Rich Mix Cultural Foundation

Townley Grammar School for Girls – Extension, Bexleyheath, southeast London
Studio E Architects

Trafalgar Square

Tree House, 1a Bedford Terrace, Lyham Road, SW2
Constructive Individuals
designed to be a ‘zero carbon’ house

Trellick Tower, 5 Golborne Road, W10
Erno Goldfinger, rest. John McAslan + Partners
31 storeys

TUC Congress House, Great Russell Street, WC1
David du Aberdeen

Former TV-AM building (later MTV Europe), 17-20 Hawley Crescent, NW1
Terry Farrell & Company
Camden buildings

Twin Houses, Kingston upon Thames

Terry Pawson Architects
Twin London houses

Twisting Bridge, between Royal Ballet School & Royal Opera House, Floral St, Covent Garden
Wilkinson Eyre Architects
2001 architecture competition winner

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Architects: Flanagan Lawrence
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